This page is a work in progress. You’re certainly welcome to drop me a line with any suggestions you might have for books you would like to see reviewed on this page, especially if they do not fall into a specific catagory of interest to gay and lesbian readers (see drop down or right side menu for catagories under non-fiction).
From time to time it becomes evident that I need to create some new category pages because this page becomes quite the collection of mish-mash. Unlike all of the online stores, I have no problem creating smaller niche areas to make it easier for you to find a specific topic. You can expect to see things disappear from this page when there get to be enough books in a given area that they deserve their own category page. So, if you please, be on the lookout for new non-fiction pages.
In the meantime, here is a link to get you to only highly rated LGBT related works of non-fiction (and not falling under any of our other catagories) on Amazon.com, followed by books that I have actually reviewed that don’t fit into categories…yet. Please enjoy!
LGBT oriented non-fiction works I recently reviewed:
Cobra Killer: Gay Porn, Murder, and the Manhunt to Bring the Killers to Justice by Peter Conway and Andrew Stoner. Please see my August 14th, 2012 post for my review.
Double Play: The Hidden Passions Behind the Double Assassination of George Moscone and Harvey Milk by Mike Weiss. Please see my March 27th, 2012 post for my review.
The G Quotient: Why Gay Executives are Excelling as Leaders… And What Every Manager Needs to Know by Kirk Snyder. Please see my March 8th, 2012 post for my review.
The Masculine Marine: Homoeroticism in the U.S. Marine Corps (Haworth Gay & Lesbian Studies) By Steven Zeeland. Please see my February 1st, 2012 post for my review.
Farm Boys: Lives of Gay Men from the Rural Midwest by Will Fellows. Please see my January 28th, 2012 post for my review.
Unfinished Lives: Reviving the Memories of LGBTQ Hate Crimes Victims by Stephen V. Sprinkle. Please see my January 22nd, 2012 post for my review.
Impossible Dance: Club Culture and Queer World-Making by Fiona Buckland. Please see my November 26th, 2011 post for my review.
From Disgust to Humanity: Sexual Orientation and Constitutional Law (Inalienable Rights) by Martha C. Nussbaum.